The Chancellor has pleaded with early retirees to go back to work, as he said the country faced an “enormous and shocking waste of talent and potential”. The big story: ‘Enormous and shocking waste of talent’ Jeremy Hunt has promised a “fundamental programme of reforms” to get millions of people back to work, as heContinue reading “Some news for Saturday 28 January 2023”
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New York Times view for 2022 August 29 – September 04
By Amelia Nierenberg Writer, Briefings August 29 We’re covering artillery strikes near a nuclear plant in Ukraine and a political scandal in Finland. Shelling around the Zaporizhzhia power plant has raised fears of a catastrophic nuclear accident.David Guttenfelder for The New York Times Attacks near Ukraine nuclear plant intensify Russian artillery strikes continued near theContinue reading “New York Times view for 2022 August 29 – September 04”
The Guardian 2022 August 29 – September 04
August 29 Revealed / ‘Disturbing’ race divide in cancer patients’ wait times in England Exclusive: analysis of 126,000 cases over a decade shows black and Asian people face longer delays A damning review of the world’s largest primary care database by the University of Exeter and the Guardian discovered minority ethnic patients wait longerContinue reading “The Guardian 2022 August 29 – September 04”
The Guardian’s view on Ukraine for the second half of April 2022
Overview of events in and around Ukraine for the second half of April 2022
Apartheid South Africa and Israel’s Treatment of the Palestinians – Modern Parallels
Originally posted on BPP Human Rights Law Blog:
Hamza Fareed Malik discusses the discriminatory treatment of Palestinians by Israeli authorities and considers comparisons drawn between apartheid in South Africa and contemporary Israel. The 1973 International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid (“Apartheid Convention”) and the 1998 Rome Statute to the…
Looking at 2021 in a nutshell
A brief overview of what is most noteworthy to remember about the 2021 events.
The genocide and abuse of human rights in Southern Cameroon is a barbaric crime
Europe must not forget its colonial past and must bear its responsibility for the consequences that the population has to endure in the process of reforming that independence. For example, Great Britain must ensure that inhumane conditions and violations of human rights in Cameroon and Ambezonia, are resolved and punished, and must provide assistance to the local population so that they have no reason to flee their country.